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    23 March 07 - 11:30 BRTC: the first results

    Yesterday was BRTC or 'Bum Rush The Chart' day, today we see what was accomplished...the latest stats show that the song topped no. 5 in The Netherlands, YEAAHHHH...proud to be part of this one!!!

    The Black Lab song 'Mine Again' didn't reach No.1 in any of the charts, which can very well be due to the way Apple iTunes is creating this chart: in The Washington Post story on BRTC, Derick Mains, a spokesman for Apple declined to comment on the campaign but said the bestseller list is compiled using proprietary methods that the company doesn't disclose. "It's much more complicated than taking a snapshot of the previous 24 hours' worth of sales," he said.

    ...interesting...but despite this, I feel we *did* make a difference and showed that there is an (growing) audience interested in podsafe music/artists. Besides that, the initiative is sponsering scholarship(s) with the money coming out of the iTunes Store sales topped with a nice gesture from the Student Loan Network...so, in the end BRTC at least makes a difference for some kids!




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    Pretty interesting results, I think.
    Jen Pirante (Email) (URL) - 24 03 07 - 08:34

    What’s up, its fastidious article concerning media print, we all be familiar with media is a enormous source of data.

    That’s truly good, keep up writing.
    pinterest pin it button for safari (Email) (URL) - 08 03 13 - 15:35

    Great post i feel i have learned something today thanks again. By the way there is allot of spammy comments on here you should clean this up a bit if you did not have all these spammers i may have found your site faster.
    Cheap gold rings (Email) (URL) - 16 12 13 - 11:05



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